If you found the epilogue of harry potter and the deathly hallows rather vague, then j. What happened to these harry potter characters after the. Ive purposely chosen historical novels for this 8th grade reading list which i think will appeal to kids who think they hate historical fiction. Aru shah and the end of time by roshani chokshi gr. There are 11 books in the rangers apprentice series. And as will is about to learn, there is a large battle brewing. Harry potter s fame is a burden for him, as it makes him different from his peers. A nastily exhausting wizarding test often abbreviated n. Harry potter and the chamber of secrets 940l 56 harry potter and the prisoner of azkaban 880l 56 harry potter and the goblet of fire 880l 56 harry potter and the order of the phoenix 950l 57 harry potter and the halfblood prince 1030l 68. I am a diehard fan of harry potter and after watching the movies i thought that they definitely wernt as good as the books so if you have seen the movies and did not like them,you must read the books because. Here are 25 books your child should read after harry potter.
Is harry potterthe books suitable for 3rdgraders to. Ive used it with class visits and library groups too. In the seventh novel, harry speaks with and questions the deceased. The harry potter books are popular, and once someone reads the first book in the series, they often end up reading the entire series.
It was written by jack thorne, based on a story by j. Harry potter and the chamber of secrets could be read as her examination of that experience. Not only is mildred less natural with a wand than harry, but she doesnt have a hermione to tutor her. Shes in 2nd grade now and we decided to stop on book 5 for awhile. T exam pertaining to each of the subjects, concluding their n. Its still the eternal question, almost ten years after the last book in the series was. Rowling due to be released on june 21, 2003, this will be the 5th book in the wildly popular potter series. Pottermore presents is a set of three ebook shorts, which will be released on september 6. In 6th grade he read the 4th book and the summer before 7th grade i let him read the rest. Rowling is about to release 3 new harry potter books j.
I read the whole series at the age of 12 when i was in 7th grade. While the sparrow is science fiction, not fantasy, it touches upon many themes which fans of the harry potter series would appreciate. Harry potters summer has included the worst birthday ever, doomy warnings from a houseelf called dobby, and rescue from the dursleys by his friend ron weasley in a magical flying car. If you love harry potter, youll like these books, too. Unfortunately, there is no replacing harry potter, but there are fantastic books and book series to keep your child engaged, entertained, and reading. Keep your harry potter fans reading with this huge list of magical adventure books similar to harry potter that they will also love. Before harry potter and hogwarts, there was mildred hubble and miss cackles academy for witches. Nevertheless, mildred manages to weather her numerous magical exploits in this revived series thats winning over a new generation of readers. The eighth harry potter story is coming out this year. A seventh year is a student at hogwarts school of witchcraft and wizardry who is in their seventh and final year of formal magical education. I listened ahead of her to refresh my memory about whats in there. Keep reading with this huge list of books like harry potter that youll love just as much.
A plot to make most terrible things happen at hogwarts school of witchcraft and wizardry this year. When kids turn the final page of harry potter, its the perfect time to harness that interest in reading with a few more choice chapter books. There are different kinds of magic that a grisha can use. A seventh year is a student at hogwarts school of witchcraft and wizardry who is in their. Seventh year students are usually seventeen to eighteen years of age.
They are fine if the 3rd grader is an advanced reader. Apr 28, 2015 the hardest of the books to read is the fourth. Nov 17, 2010 rowling has been tightlipped on her writing plans since completing the seventh harry potter novel, which was published in 2007, 10 years after the first, harry potter and the philosophers stone. Rowling has announced in new interviews with the today show on nbc tv today july 26 that the epilogue of harry potter and the ly hallows was vague on purpose.
What are some good books to read after harry potter. The two more books where released in this series by j. Rowling and the seventh and final novel of the harry potter series. Rowling is about to release 3 new harry potter books.
Four brand new stories associated with the wizarding world of harry potter are set to be released over 20 years after the first novel was published. Harry potter and the chamber of secrets lesson plan for. The bestselling british author made the announcement on her website on wednesday, august 17. Rowlings phenomenally bestselling series, will be released in a special anniversary edition on september 23, 2008. Harry potter and the deathly hallows book 7 paperback july 7, 2009. What i learned reading harry potter for the first time as an. The stories tell of him overcoming dangerous obstacles to defeat the. Are you looking for books like harry potter for your student readers. The author was shooting for nebulous, something poetic. In this reading worksheet, students answer 10 multiplechoice questions about the book. But everything changes for harry when an owl delivers a mysterious letter inviting him to attend a school for wizards.
Unlike many books for kids who like harry potter book lists, i am not exclusively recommending fantasy titles. Harry potter and the sorcerers stone harry potter and the philosophers stone 880l 56 harry potter and the chamber of secrets 940l 56 harry potter and the prisoner of azkaban. For instance the ministry of magic only accepts auror applicants with at least five n. A few thoughts about reading harry potter everyday reading. From a technical standpoint, harry potter is categorized as a middle grade read, which typically encompasses 9to12yearolds. For jason, the task of reading the harry potter books were. Then we had to wait for three years for harry potter and the order of the phoenix, two more years for harry potter and the halfblood prince, and two more years after that for the final book to be released in 2007a decade after the first. Rowling has stated that marcus flint had to repeat. Yes, series continues after deathly hollows part 2. If only there was a spell that would allow us to read harry potter anew right from the start again but dont despair, there are loads of other great magical books out there.
For readers who cant get enough of hagrids care of magical creatures class not to mention newt. Rowling is set to release three more harry potter books. How many words are there in the harry potter book series. Harry potter is the book that gets millions of kids reading. Hard harry potter trivia from the seventh book proprofs quiz. In the first three books of this iconic sevenbook series, we meet harry potter, who discovers that he is a wizard on his 11th birthday.
The books have been made into movies by warner bros. The bestselling british author made the announcement on her pottermore. Sixth grade reading unit harry potter and the sorcerers. After graduation, quentin moves back to new york with his magical friends but is unimpressed with his mystical lifeuntil he learns that fillory, the. Jun 18, 2018 i read harry potter and the sorcerers stone a bit later than the rest of my peers, joined them for harry potter and the chamber of secrets and harry potter and the prisoner of azkaban, 7th and. What to read after harry potter childrens books the. Aug 12, 2010 i started reading harry potter when i was in 2nd or 3rd grade, and i enjoyed them a lot. Harry potter and the deathly hallows at what age do you. There are a total of seven books for the harry potter series. As the story progresses each book gets scarier so parental guidence may be needed for kids aged 710 when reading the last few books.
Nastily exhausting wizarding test harry potter wiki fandom. A spectacular finish to a phenomenal series, harry potter and the deathly hallows is a bittersweet read for fans. One of the delights of discovering harry potter is that you see him. Theres this one thing many adult harry potter fans say when. But his fortune changes when he receives a letter that tells him the truth about himself. What to read after harry potter childrens books the guardian. Rowlings harry potter and the cursed child a little after midnight at foyles book store on july 31, 2016 in london, england. That said, harry is 11 years old in the first book in the series and 17 by the final book, and kids generally like to read about protagonists. Rowling has been tightlipped on her writing plans since completing the seventh harry potter novel, which was published in 2007, 10 years after the first, harry potter. The books concern a wizard called harry potter and his journey through hogwarts school of witchcraft and wizardry. I introduced my godson to the little prince when he was days of life and i offer him the book in the second grade. Beck, 11, shares, this is one of my favorite series of all time. The book is steeped in magic, mystery, and wonder, and it is quite delightful. There are mainly 7 harry potter novels written solely by the brilliant jk rowling, hp 8 which is harry potter and the cursed child is actually a stage play mainly written by jack thorne and i think just approved by jk rowling,because to be honest.
Rowling admits she has weak moments when she feels she will pen another. Rowling released harry potter and the sorcerers stone more than 20. I cant believe ive never included this on a list before. I thought that some of the subjects in the later books were not for him when he was younger. Of course and lots of you said this another possibility is to start reading the harry potter books all over again. I introduced him to star wars universe last year because of the movie release.
Will the harry potter series continue even after the deathly. Both are important to me, but harry potter is more special and i want to make sure that i introduce the harry potter books in his life in the right moment. His parents are dead and hes stuck with his heartless relatives, who force him to live in a tiny closet under the stairs. Rowling explains why harry potter 9 will never happen. Maybe there s still time to catch up before you get a first class ticket to spoilerville. Here are 25 books that are perfect for harry potter fans. So what can children who love harry potter read next. The story continues after 19 years of hogwarts war between harry and voldamot. Rowling has strongly hinted for the first time that she could write an eighth book in the series. Rowling this product is part of my 6th grade reading units growing bundle this product is aligned to the 6th grade ccss literature standards. Rowling released harry potter and the sorcerers stone more than 20 years ago, kids have been devouring the books, watching the movies, and at least for superfans playing games and apps and visiting websites devoted to the young wizard. It was the summer vacations after the completion of my class 9.
But there are a few agerelated guidelines to take into consideration. Its perfect for fans of harry potter and lord of the rings. This is an epic adventure series for fans of stories with fastpaced action and wellcrafted characters. I ts officially been 19 years since harry potter defeated voldemort to end the second wizarding war, which means this years battle of hogwarts anniversary is the last before the events of. Aug 07, 2014 true, harry potter and the deathly hallows came close to a whopping 200,000 words, but her debut novel, harry potter and the sorcerers stone, was roughly 77,000 wordswhich is still long for the genre, but not outrageously so for an mg fantasy. While rowling wont be giving readers a ninth harry potter book or more cursed child plays or movies, fans still have plenty of fantastic beasts content to look forward to. What happened to these harry potter characters after the books ended. The play opened on 30 july 2016 at the palace theatre, london, england. Voldemort tells yaxley to sit by who in the meeting with voldemort in the seventh book. The journey is hard, filled with events both tragic and triumphant, the battlefield littered with the bodies of the dearest and despised, but the final chapter is as brilliant and blinding as a phoenixs flame, and fans and skeptics. Even after the almost 70 years since it was first published, this series is the. The story is set nineteen years after the ending of harry potter and the deathly hallows and follows harry potter.
Harry potter and the cursed child is a twopart west end stage play. The book, published by scholastic, will feature exclusive bonus material from j. So it can understandably feel a little overwhelming thinking of your wee one. Jul 31, 2016 after all the anticipation for the new play and book, harrys fans were ready to know if there will be more books to look forward to. The books range from a 5th grade to 7th grade reading level. For example, why did dobby the house elf visit harry.
It was released on 21 july 2007 in the united kingdom by bloomsbury publishing, in the united states by scholastic, and in canada by raincoast books. Harry potter is a series of fantasy novels written by british author j. It has been shrouded in casting controversy for the better part of the last year. Rowling orphaned as a baby, harry potter has spent 11 awful years living with his mean aunt, uncle, and cousin. Another excellent book to read after harry potter, or at any time, is the sparrow, by mary doria russel. Youll find stories with magic, a heros journey, good vs. No more harry potter, jk rowling promises daniel radcliffe. Harry potter is well known as one of those books that makes reluctant readers not so reluctant after all. Is harry potterthe books suitable for 3rdgraders to read. Since the release of the first novel, harry potter and the philosophers stone, on. Best book series for 4th graders ever greatschools.
Many we have read, are reading, or are on our list to read. That day, he happily departs his horrible aunt and uncles house in the london suburbs for hogwarts school of witchcraft and wizardry. After all the anticipation for the new play and book, harry s fans were ready to know if there will be more books to look forward to. What is the targeted age range to read the harry potter books and who can actually read it to enjoy and not be weird or anything. An excellent example of this is the recent harry potter phenomenon, in which thousands of children as young as second grade read and enjoyed 300 and 400 page books written at fifth to seventh. A mysterious visitor rescues him from his relatives and takes him to his. Sixth grade reading unit harry potter and the sorcerers stone. Rowling dashes hopes for a ninth harry potter book. I let my son start in 4th grade because that was the age harry was.
In a series of interviews over the years, the author has revealed the future of the harry potter characters, far. Jk rowling drops hints of possible eighth harry potter book. Jason could not read the harry potter books independently but his reading tutor found that he could easily discuss and enjoy these books if she helped him with the more difficult vocabulary and guided his comprehension. Speaking at the broadway opening of harry potter and the cursed child on sunday, j. K rowling named as harry potter and crused child part 1 and.
The fifth book, harry potter andthe order of the phoenix, takes. This harry potter and the chamber of secrets lesson plan is suitable for 6th 7th grade. True, harry potter and the deathly hallows came close to a whopping 200,000 words, but her debut novel, harry potter and the sorcerers stone, was roughly 77,000 wordswhich is still long for the genre, but not outrageously so for an mg fantasy. Jun 18, 2018 there are mainly 7 harry potter novels written solely by the brilliant jk rowling, hp 8 which is harry potter and the cursed child is actually a stage play mainly written by jack thorne and i think just approved by jk rowling,because to be honest. According to the creator of the wonderful wizarding world j. Find all the books, read about the author, and more. The best books to read if you love harry potter time. Fabulous 8th grade reading list perfect for 1214 year olds. Dec 07, 2016 25 books your child should read after harry potter. Its been 19 years since harry potter defeated voldemort at the battle of. Hey, once you get as popular as rowling, you can write doorstoppersized tomes, too. Rowling, there will not be another harry potter story, and there s no spell, charm, or curse that can change it. What isnt often considered is the sheer number of words a person who reads the entire series consumes. Nov 01, 2017 since my daughter was in kindergarten, we have been progressing through the harry potter audio books.
Personally, i see similarities but there are dozens of books that are similar to harry potter in some way or another. Jun 15, 2015 what all these books to read if you like harry potter have in common is that they are page turners. At that age i was at a middlehigh school reading level, so that i guess it just depends. Harry potter and the sorcerers stone novel study harry potter and the sorcerers stone lesson plans harry potter j. Discovering the joys of harry potter is a rite of passage for kids today. He then had to wait until the end of 4th to read the 2nd and in 5th he read the 3rd. Billed as a grownup harry potter, this adult novel follows brooklyn teenager quentin coldwater to brakebills academy for an education in sorcery and romance and general college debauchery. Harry potter and the chamber of secrets themes gradesaver.
The key differences between middle grade vs young adult. Rowling goes beyond the epilogue info from various sources including msnbc and usa today j. From a technical standpoint, harry potter is categorized as a middlegrade read, which. I read all of them in grade 2age 78 and i was was completely fine. Harry potter and the sorcerers stone, the first book in j. Please read my disclosure statement for more information. D to be honest, it really depends on what level of reading they are at.962 665 1187 1528 1368 1097 430 1568 241 526 409 1587 967 311 303 531 100 1082 226 573 765 716 1682 499 1161 998 923 855 27 249 35 497 550 407